African Americans and Jungian Psychology: Leaving the Shadows, by Fanny Brewster—with John Dotson

“Jung met the challenge of making the unconscious conscious. His willingness to search far and wide in service of the psyche is admirable… I have shown where and how he was unable to be sufficiently inclusive in his model of all of those in the human collective, unable to put into practice what he was preaching. A basic core value of American Jungian psychology is that it must have as its nature the potentiality for being different, for changing its own consciousness, for seeing its own Shadow. The issue of diversity and racism within Jungian psychology must be explored and discussed amongst those of us best able to have the dialogue.” —F. Brewster

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